RU Commit sets School Sack Record

Three star commit Scott Vallone hasn't scheduled an official visit with Rutgers yet, but plans to do so in December or January. He's been in contact with Eric LeGrand, Art Forst, and Devon Watkis to talk about the excitement of playing in Piscataway. With St. Anthony's, he's on a tear with seven sacks the past two games. Come see what he has to say about Rutgers and his performance so far.

Rutgers commit Scott Vallone hasn't scheduled an official visit with Rutgers yet, but said they will meet after the season either in December or January.

The three star commit has gotten the chance to talk to some future Knights. "I've talked to Eric LeGrand, Art Forst, and Devon Watkis," Vallone said. "I just told them how exciting it is to be a part of something special, and I think Rutgers has a good class of commits coming in."

On the Knights season, Vallone said they're probably disappointed so far, but they still have aspirations of playing in a prime bowl game. "I'm sure they want to win out, and go to as big of a bowl as possible," he said. "The seniors want to go out with a bang."

St. Anthony's is 8-1 on the season and just beat Xaverian 24-0 in the quarterfinals with Vallone picking up three sacks. They will play Iona Prep in the semi's.

"Our goal every year is to win the championship," he said. "We had a let down early against Mount St. Michael's after we were ranked in USA Today's Top 25. We didn't catch any breaks early, but we won six in a row and are shooting for a championship. We've also had three shutouts this year. In the beginning of the year I was getting double teamed a lot, but I‘ve adjusted and had seven sacks the past two games and was told that‘s a school record."


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